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CDT Comments to FTC Regarding Prevalent Commercial Surveillance Practices that Harm Consumers. White document on grey background.

CDT Comments to FTC Regarding Prevalent Commercial Surveillance Practices that Harm Consumers

CDT report, entitled "Out of Sight, Out of Mind? Report – Out of Sight, Out of Mind? School Districts' EdTech Efforts Have Outpaced Transparency and Student Privacy." Illustration of a school building, covered in gradients of halftone patterns. The left side is dark, while the right is light, demonstrating the illuminating impact that transparency makes on student privacy.

Report – Out of Sight, Out of Mind? School Districts’ EdTech Efforts Have Outpaced Transparency and Student Privacy

Graphic for CDT's research brief, entitled "Hidden Harms: Disproportionate Disciplinary Action." Black text on a white background.

Brief – Hidden Harms: Disproportionate Disciplinary Action

Graphic for CDT's research brief, entitled "Hidden Harms: Increased Law Enforcement Interactions." Black text on a white background.

Brief – Hidden Harms: Increased Law Enforcement Interactions

A research brief from the CDT Civic Tech team, entitled “Hidden Harms: Students With Disabilities, Mental Health, And Student Activity Monitoring.” Black text on a white background.

Brief – Hidden Harms: Students With Disabilities, Mental Health, And Student Activity Monitoring

A research brief from the CDT Civic Tech team, entitled "Hidden Harms: Targeting LGBTQ+ Students." Black text on a white background.

Brief – Hidden Harms: Targeting LGBTQ+ Students

CDT Urges the U.S. Department of Education to Protect LGBTQI+ Students from Discriminatory Data & Tech Use in Proposed Title IX Rules. White document on a grey background.

CDT Urges U.S. Department of Education to Protect LGBTQI+ Students from Discriminatory Data & Tech Use in Proposed Title IX Rules

Letter to ED Office for Civil Rights on Discriminatory Effects of Online Monitoring of Students. White document on a dark grey background.

Letter to ED Office for Civil Rights on Discriminatory Effects of Online Monitoring of Students

CDT report, entitled "Hidden Harms: The Misleading Promise of Monitoring Students Online." Text in white and pink, on a dark blue gradient background. Subtle images of a computer with student activity monitoring software on the screen, and monitoring reports underneath it, are on the bottom.

Report – Hidden Harms: The Misleading Promise of Monitoring Students Online

CDT submitted comments to CMS, urging them to adopt necessary limits on data sharing for automated benefits determinations. White document on a dark grey background.

CDT Comments Urging CMS to Develop Robust Guidance on Data Sharing

CDT submitted comments, urging the FCC to address the invasive monitoring of students online and to bolster K-12 cybersecurity. White document on a dark grey background.

CDT Urges FCC to Address Invasive Monitoring of Students Online and to Bolster K-12 Cybersecurity

CDT submitted comments urging the U.S. Department of Education to address the disparate impact of disciplinary uses of student activity monitoring software and to protect the safety and privacy of students of diverse gender identities. White document on a dark grey background.

CDT Urges U.S. Dept. of Ed to Address Student Activity Monitoring Software and Better Protect Students of Diverse Gender Identities